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Let’s have an activity: How CREATIVE are you?
Make a creative ACROSTIC name POEM using your first name. Express
your thoughts and expectations regarding this subjects. Be CREATIVE!
Example: ALLISON
A is for Adventurous, the way you explore life
L is for Learned, beyond your years
L is for Lionhearted, for your courage
I is for Idealistic, your believe in yourself
S is for Sociable, you spread smiles around
O is for Organized, disciplined approach towards life
N is for Nice, as a beautiful sunset
Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts
Throughout the Philippine history, craftmanship and its
different forms have always been prevalent. The
Filipino have an innate inclination to create,
exemplifying the state of being engaged in their craft
and taking a sense of joy and pride in their work. The
Filipino craftsman dedicates himself to his/her art and
telling the story of the Philippines, bearing its truest
essence –its soul for the world to see.
Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts
Blessed with natural resources, Filipino craftsman
are able to come-up with a magnificent product that
tells a million story not just about their lives but the
culture of their place, clearly, this reflects Filipino
craft that magnify labors of love and patient. These
are evident in the products of their skillful hands and
imaginative minds.
Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts
Creative crafts in the Philippines do not only satisfy
our senses, but each artwork speaks of the passion
and active involvement of the artists in visualizing,
connecting, and appreciating the culture and the
creative manipulation of the objects around.
Let’s have an activity:
Expand your IDEAS! Note as many words as you can associated to the
terms inside the circles below.
Indigenous
product
Crafts Arts
Arts and crafts in the Philippines refer to the various
forms of the arts that have developed and
accumulated in the Philippines from the beginning
of civilization in the country up to the present era.
They reflect the range of artistic influences on the
country’s culture, including indigenous forms of the
arts, and how these influences have honed the
country’s arts.
The traditional arts in the Philippines encompass
folk architecture, maritime transport, weaving,
carving, folk performing arts, folk (oral) literature,
folk graphic and plastic arts, ornament, textile, or
fiber art, pottery, and other artistic expressions of
traditional culture.
Folk architecture in the Philippines differ
significantly per ethnic group, where the structures
can be made of bamboo, wood, rock, coral, rattan,
grass, and other materials. These abodes can range
from the hut-style bahay kubo which utilizes
vernacular mediums in construction, the highland
houses called bale that may have four to eight
sides, depending on the ethnic association.
FOLK ARCHITECTURE
These are
simple structures
built of local
materials and
available tools to
provide shelter
for its inhabitants
FOLK ARCHITECTURE
FOLK ARCHITECTURE
Maritime transport in the Philippines includes boat
houses, boat-making, and maritime traditions.
These structure, traditionally made of woos chosen
by elder’s and crafts folks, were used as the main
vehicle’s of the people, connecting one island to
another, where the seas and rivers became the
people’s roads.
MARINE TRANSPORT
Although boats are believed to have been used in
the archipelago for thousands of years since the
arrival of humans through water, the earliest
evidence of boat-making and the usage of boats in
the country continue to be dated as 320 AD through
the carbon-dating of the Butuan boats that are
identified as remains of a gigantic balangay.
MARINE TRANSPORT
 A balangay, or barangay, is
a type of lashed-lug boat
built by joining planks edge-
to-edge using pins, dowels,
and fiber lashings. They are
found throughout the
Philippines and were used
largely as trading ships up
until the colonial era.
The balangay was the first wooden boat that was excavated in
Southeast Asia. These boats were instrumental in the
settlement of Austronesian people in the Philippines and the
Malay, archipelago. It was used for cargo and training, in which
Butuan, Agusan del Norte, Philippines was a central trading
port.
A large karakoa outrigger warship,
1711
A paraw in Palawan
An owong at Lake Sebu
Weaving is an ancient art form that continues in the
Philippines today, with each ethnic group having its
distinct weaving techniques. The weaving arts are
composed of basket weaving, back-strap loom
weaving, headgear weaving, fishnet weaving, and
other forms of weaving.
WEAVING
 Expensive textiles are made through and difficult
process called back-strap looming. Fibers such as
cotton, abaca, banana, fiber, grass, and palm fiber
are used in Filipino weaving arts.
CLOTH AND MAT WEAVING
 Weaving is the making of fabric by interlacing threads.
 The machine used for weaving is called loom.
 Wrap threads are stretched on a frame, and an
instrument called a shuffle carries weft threads under
and over the warp.
 tribal communities in the Philippines known for their
woven textiles.
Cloth and mat Weaving
 Warp and weft are the two basic components used in
weaving to turn threads or yarn into fabric.
 Warp is a long yarn that runs vertically up and down
the roll of fabric, this governs the vertical pattern
repeat.
 weft is the yarn that passes horizontally across the
fabric roll, generally is shorter, and governs the
horizontal pattern repeat.
Cloth and mat Weaving
Cloth and mat Weaving
 IFUGAO – known for
their binulan and wanno
which are used as
shawls to keep their
body warm.
Cloth and mat Weaving
 T’BOLI – they used
bids, frogs and man as
their design for their
woven cloths
Cloth and mat Weaving
 MAGUINDANAO – the
malong is a famous
male underpants. It is a
piece of cloth that tied
at the waist and looks
like a skirt.
Cloth and mat Weaving
 TAUSUG – the kandit
is the official costume of
the Tausug tribe.
Cloth and mat Weaving
 The fine art of basket weaving in the Philippines has
developed intricate designs and forms directed for
specific purposes such as harvesting, rice storage,
travel packages, sword cases, and so on.
 The arts are believed to have arrived in the
archipelago due to human migration, where those in
the north were the first to learn the art form.
BASKETRY
The art of carving in the Philippines focus on
woodcarving and folk non-clay sculptures.
CARVING
 Indigenous woodcarving is one of the most notable
traditional arts in the Philippines with some crafts in
various ethnic groups dating back prior to Hispanic
arrival with perhaps the oldest surviving today being
fragments of a wooden boat dating to 230 AD.
WOOD CARVING
 In the North, Cordillera carves the bulol, a pagan
statue of their gods or anitos.
 They also carve bowls and utensils.
WOOD CARVING
 The fields under folk graphic and plastic arts are
tattooing, folk writing, and folk drawing and painting.
FOLK GRAPHIC AND PLASTIC ARTS
The Philippines has numerous indigenous scripts
collectively called suyat, each of which has its own forms
and styles of calligraphy. Various ethno-linguistic groups in
the Philippines prior to Spanish colonization in the 16th
century up to the independence era in the 21st century
have used the scripts with various mediums. By the end of
colonialism, only four of the suyat scripts survived and
continue to be used by communities in everyday life.
FOLK WRITING (CALLIGRAPHY)
Folk paintings, like folk drawings, are works of art that
usually include depictions of folk culture. Evidence
suggests that the people of the archipelago have been
painting and glazing their potteries for thousands of
years. Pigments used in paintings range from gold,
yellow, reddish-purple, green, white, blue-green, to
blue.
FOLK PAINTING
FOLK DANCING
Ornament, textile, or fiber art included a variety of
fields, ranging from hat making, mask-making,
accessory-making, to ornamental metal crafts, and
many others.
ORNAMENT, TEXTILE, OR FIBER ART
Hat-making is fine in many communities throughout the
country, with the gourd-base tabungaw of Abra and Ilocos
being one of the most prized. Indigenous Filipino hats
were widely used in the daily lives of the people until the
20th century when they were replaced by Western-style
hats.
HAT-MAKING, MASK-MAKING, AND
RELATED ARTS
They are currently worn during
certain communities that have
mask-making practices prior to
colonization, while some mask-
making traditions were
introduced through trade from
parts of Asia and the West.
Today, these masks, are worn
during festivals, Mariones
Festival, and Masskara Fistival.
Accessories in the Philippines are almost always won with
their respective combination of being used as garments
with some accessories for houses, altars, and other
objects.
ACCESSORY-MAKING
The art of pottery, categorized into ceramic making, clay
pot-making, and folk clay sculpture, has long been a part
of various cultures in the Philippines, with evidence
pointing to a pottery culture dating around 3,500 years
ago. Important pottery artifacts from the Philippines
include the Manunggul Jar (890-710 BC) and the Maitum
anthropomorphic pottery (5 BC- 225 AD).
POTTERY
Let’s have an activity:
A. In your own words, briefly discuss the following terms in
one paragraph
Philippine Art Indigenous woodcarving
Weaving Folk graphic
Folk architecture Pottery
Assignment:
B. Complete the table consider researching on the crafts listed in the first column of the
table and identify the type of traditional art they belong including its brief description.
ARTS/CRAFT TYPES OF TRADITIONAL
ARTS
DESCRIPTION
Kawayan Torogan
Koral houses
Banaue Rice Terraces
Modernized falua
Rayon Malong
Vakul
Standing bulul
The mother’s Revenge
(1894)
Ilongot hair ornament
Bass relief

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Lesson Prelim.pptx

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  • 2. Let’s have an activity: How CREATIVE are you?
  • 3. Make a creative ACROSTIC name POEM using your first name. Express your thoughts and expectations regarding this subjects. Be CREATIVE! Example: ALLISON A is for Adventurous, the way you explore life L is for Learned, beyond your years L is for Lionhearted, for your courage I is for Idealistic, your believe in yourself S is for Sociable, you spread smiles around O is for Organized, disciplined approach towards life N is for Nice, as a beautiful sunset
  • 4. Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts Throughout the Philippine history, craftmanship and its different forms have always been prevalent. The Filipino have an innate inclination to create, exemplifying the state of being engaged in their craft and taking a sense of joy and pride in their work. The Filipino craftsman dedicates himself to his/her art and telling the story of the Philippines, bearing its truest essence –its soul for the world to see.
  • 5. Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts Blessed with natural resources, Filipino craftsman are able to come-up with a magnificent product that tells a million story not just about their lives but the culture of their place, clearly, this reflects Filipino craft that magnify labors of love and patient. These are evident in the products of their skillful hands and imaginative minds.
  • 6. Brief Overview of Philippine Arts & Crafts Creative crafts in the Philippines do not only satisfy our senses, but each artwork speaks of the passion and active involvement of the artists in visualizing, connecting, and appreciating the culture and the creative manipulation of the objects around.
  • 7. Let’s have an activity: Expand your IDEAS! Note as many words as you can associated to the terms inside the circles below. Indigenous product Crafts Arts
  • 8. Arts and crafts in the Philippines refer to the various forms of the arts that have developed and accumulated in the Philippines from the beginning of civilization in the country up to the present era. They reflect the range of artistic influences on the country’s culture, including indigenous forms of the arts, and how these influences have honed the country’s arts.
  • 9. The traditional arts in the Philippines encompass folk architecture, maritime transport, weaving, carving, folk performing arts, folk (oral) literature, folk graphic and plastic arts, ornament, textile, or fiber art, pottery, and other artistic expressions of traditional culture.
  • 10. Folk architecture in the Philippines differ significantly per ethnic group, where the structures can be made of bamboo, wood, rock, coral, rattan, grass, and other materials. These abodes can range from the hut-style bahay kubo which utilizes vernacular mediums in construction, the highland houses called bale that may have four to eight sides, depending on the ethnic association. FOLK ARCHITECTURE
  • 11. These are simple structures built of local materials and available tools to provide shelter for its inhabitants FOLK ARCHITECTURE
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  • 25. Maritime transport in the Philippines includes boat houses, boat-making, and maritime traditions. These structure, traditionally made of woos chosen by elder’s and crafts folks, were used as the main vehicle’s of the people, connecting one island to another, where the seas and rivers became the people’s roads. MARINE TRANSPORT
  • 26. Although boats are believed to have been used in the archipelago for thousands of years since the arrival of humans through water, the earliest evidence of boat-making and the usage of boats in the country continue to be dated as 320 AD through the carbon-dating of the Butuan boats that are identified as remains of a gigantic balangay. MARINE TRANSPORT
  • 27.  A balangay, or barangay, is a type of lashed-lug boat built by joining planks edge- to-edge using pins, dowels, and fiber lashings. They are found throughout the Philippines and were used largely as trading ships up until the colonial era.
  • 28. The balangay was the first wooden boat that was excavated in Southeast Asia. These boats were instrumental in the settlement of Austronesian people in the Philippines and the Malay, archipelago. It was used for cargo and training, in which Butuan, Agusan del Norte, Philippines was a central trading port.
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  • 34. A large karakoa outrigger warship, 1711 A paraw in Palawan An owong at Lake Sebu
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  • 36. Weaving is an ancient art form that continues in the Philippines today, with each ethnic group having its distinct weaving techniques. The weaving arts are composed of basket weaving, back-strap loom weaving, headgear weaving, fishnet weaving, and other forms of weaving. WEAVING
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  • 55.  Expensive textiles are made through and difficult process called back-strap looming. Fibers such as cotton, abaca, banana, fiber, grass, and palm fiber are used in Filipino weaving arts. CLOTH AND MAT WEAVING
  • 56.  Weaving is the making of fabric by interlacing threads.  The machine used for weaving is called loom.  Wrap threads are stretched on a frame, and an instrument called a shuffle carries weft threads under and over the warp.  tribal communities in the Philippines known for their woven textiles. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 57.  Warp and weft are the two basic components used in weaving to turn threads or yarn into fabric.  Warp is a long yarn that runs vertically up and down the roll of fabric, this governs the vertical pattern repeat.  weft is the yarn that passes horizontally across the fabric roll, generally is shorter, and governs the horizontal pattern repeat. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 58. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 59.  IFUGAO – known for their binulan and wanno which are used as shawls to keep their body warm. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 60.  T’BOLI – they used bids, frogs and man as their design for their woven cloths Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 61.  MAGUINDANAO – the malong is a famous male underpants. It is a piece of cloth that tied at the waist and looks like a skirt. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 62.  TAUSUG – the kandit is the official costume of the Tausug tribe. Cloth and mat Weaving
  • 63.  The fine art of basket weaving in the Philippines has developed intricate designs and forms directed for specific purposes such as harvesting, rice storage, travel packages, sword cases, and so on.  The arts are believed to have arrived in the archipelago due to human migration, where those in the north were the first to learn the art form. BASKETRY
  • 64. The art of carving in the Philippines focus on woodcarving and folk non-clay sculptures. CARVING
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  • 69.  Indigenous woodcarving is one of the most notable traditional arts in the Philippines with some crafts in various ethnic groups dating back prior to Hispanic arrival with perhaps the oldest surviving today being fragments of a wooden boat dating to 230 AD. WOOD CARVING
  • 70.  In the North, Cordillera carves the bulol, a pagan statue of their gods or anitos.  They also carve bowls and utensils. WOOD CARVING
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  • 76.  The fields under folk graphic and plastic arts are tattooing, folk writing, and folk drawing and painting. FOLK GRAPHIC AND PLASTIC ARTS
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  • 78. The Philippines has numerous indigenous scripts collectively called suyat, each of which has its own forms and styles of calligraphy. Various ethno-linguistic groups in the Philippines prior to Spanish colonization in the 16th century up to the independence era in the 21st century have used the scripts with various mediums. By the end of colonialism, only four of the suyat scripts survived and continue to be used by communities in everyday life. FOLK WRITING (CALLIGRAPHY)
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  • 81. Folk paintings, like folk drawings, are works of art that usually include depictions of folk culture. Evidence suggests that the people of the archipelago have been painting and glazing their potteries for thousands of years. Pigments used in paintings range from gold, yellow, reddish-purple, green, white, blue-green, to blue. FOLK PAINTING
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  • 84. Ornament, textile, or fiber art included a variety of fields, ranging from hat making, mask-making, accessory-making, to ornamental metal crafts, and many others. ORNAMENT, TEXTILE, OR FIBER ART
  • 85. Hat-making is fine in many communities throughout the country, with the gourd-base tabungaw of Abra and Ilocos being one of the most prized. Indigenous Filipino hats were widely used in the daily lives of the people until the 20th century when they were replaced by Western-style hats. HAT-MAKING, MASK-MAKING, AND RELATED ARTS
  • 86. They are currently worn during certain communities that have mask-making practices prior to colonization, while some mask- making traditions were introduced through trade from parts of Asia and the West. Today, these masks, are worn during festivals, Mariones Festival, and Masskara Fistival.
  • 87. Accessories in the Philippines are almost always won with their respective combination of being used as garments with some accessories for houses, altars, and other objects. ACCESSORY-MAKING
  • 88. The art of pottery, categorized into ceramic making, clay pot-making, and folk clay sculpture, has long been a part of various cultures in the Philippines, with evidence pointing to a pottery culture dating around 3,500 years ago. Important pottery artifacts from the Philippines include the Manunggul Jar (890-710 BC) and the Maitum anthropomorphic pottery (5 BC- 225 AD). POTTERY
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  • 95. Let’s have an activity: A. In your own words, briefly discuss the following terms in one paragraph Philippine Art Indigenous woodcarving Weaving Folk graphic Folk architecture Pottery
  • 96. Assignment: B. Complete the table consider researching on the crafts listed in the first column of the table and identify the type of traditional art they belong including its brief description. ARTS/CRAFT TYPES OF TRADITIONAL ARTS DESCRIPTION Kawayan Torogan Koral houses Banaue Rice Terraces Modernized falua Rayon Malong Vakul Standing bulul The mother’s Revenge (1894) Ilongot hair ornament Bass relief